BOOK REVIEW: Governments take on arresting issues

8 August 2018By David Pickup

Criminology: A Very Short Introduction


Book review: Maverick with many causes

23 July 2018By

Rather His Own Man: In Court with Tyrants, Tarts and Troublemakers

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Book review: Baptism of learning in family arena

23 July 2018By Tara Wright

Family Law 2018 by Jane Sendall

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Just out: New books

23 July 2018

In the Blood and In Your Defence: Stories of Life and Law.

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Doing the right thing

16 July 2018By Tony Roe

How to be an Ethical Solicitor, by Mena Ruparel and Richard Burnham

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How to deal with alleged crimes against humanity

16 July 2018By Adrian Lower

The Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute, by Kriangsak Kittichaisaree.

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BOOK REVIEW: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

2 July 2018By David Pickup

Jimmy Savile’s ghost.


JUST OUT: New books

2 July 2018



BOOK REVIEW: Gig economy laid bare

18 June 2018By Shantha David

Humans as a Service by Jeremias Prassl

BOOK REVIEW: From Russia with love

18 June 2018By Ronnie Fox

The best lawyers are dispassionate even when responding to their clients’ needs for support and empathy.

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BOOK REVIEW: Where complex litigation is akin to space exploration

11 June 2018By Sally Azarmi

Sovereign Defaults Before Domestic Courts

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BOOK REVIEW: A twist of orange

11 June 2018By Anthony Edwards

Blind Defence


JUST OUT: New book

11 June 2018

The Complete Guide to Getting a Solicitor’s Training Contract

BOOK REVIEW: Gift of the cab

21 May 2018By Richard Williams

Review of Button on Taxis: Licensing Law & Practice


JUST OUT: New books

21 May 2018

New books on data protection, employment law and human rights, financial services and criminal law.


BOOK REVIEW: Lifting the lid

7 May 2018By Professor Joseph Carby-Hall

A review of Tax Havens and International Human rights by Paul Beckett.


BOOK REVIEW: Brilliant resource on global rights

7 May 2018By Zimran Samuel

A review of Rhona Smith’s International Human Rights Law (8th edition).

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TV REVIEW: BBC One's The Split

24 April 2018By

The Beeb's six-part drama is set in London's glossy divorce circuit.


BOOK REVIEW: Life on the inside

23 April 2018By David Pickup

Subtitled ‘the key to avoiding the risk’, this book is an excellent introduction to a  complicated subject.

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